Mexico mass shooting kills 10, injures 9
The attack occurred during an all-terrain car racing show in the San Vicente area of the city of Ensenada. Around 2:18 p.m. (2118 GMT) people with long guns got out of a gray van and began shooting at participants at a gas station, according to reports of 911 calls
Which countries are skipping the G20 meet in Kashmir?
The third G20 Tourism Working Group meeting is being hosted by India in Srinagar on 22-24 May. This is J&K's first significant international event since losing its special status in 2019. While Saudi Arabia and Egypt have not yet registered, China and Turkey have chosen to skip the event
US debt ceiling crisis: How big banks are preparing for possible default
What happens if the US defaults on its debt? Can you even prepare for an event that many expect would trigger the worst global recession since the 1930s?
In Taiwan, same-sex couples now have right to adoption: Which other countries allow it?
Taiwan on Tuesday passed an amendment that permits same-sex couples to adopt children they are not biologically related to. The other countries where such adoptions are legal are Israel, France, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Australia, New Zealand among others
'Race against Time’: Chaotic scenes at the US-Mexico border as Title 42 expires
Title 42, the pandemic-era public health restriction which was used by the US to curb immigration, ended Friday. Throngs of migrants waded across spring river currents, pushed through thickets to confront a razor-wire-enclosed border
Explained: Title 42 and how its expiration will affect immigration at the US-Mexico border
The COVID restrictions, known as Title 42, were first implemented under then US president Donald Trump in March 2020. It now comes to an end, allowing migrants crossing the border to request asylum
How Joe Biden's asylum plan varies depending on where migrants come from
Illegal crossings tumbled after President Joe Biden announced asylum restrictions in January, but they have risen since mid-April. The administration plans to rapidly screen migrants and quickly send home those who don't qualify. But people will be treated differently depending on their nationality
Why US is sending 1,500 additional troops to Mexico border
The Joe Biden administration is sending troops to the border in anticipation of a surge of migrants ahead of COVID-19 border restrictions being lifted. This also comes as Title 42 restrictions, which allow authorities to expel illegal immigrants to Mexico without giving them a chance to seek asylum,
Mexico detention center's head faces trial over fatal fire that killed 40 'helpless' immigrants
Inquiries reportedly found the fire inside detention center spread due to Francisco Garduo's inaction. It was determined on Sunday that there was enough evidence to prosecute Francisco Garduo with "unlawful exercise of public office"
Bus plunges off cliff in western Mexico, at least 18 die
Authorities reported that 11 women and seven men were killed. At least 11 minors have been transferred to hospitals for medical attention
Spain has banned 'dwarf bullfighting': What is this decades-long practice?
Dwarves in Spain have long dressed as clowns to chase bulls at public spectacles designed to be humorous. However, in a decision applauded by disability rights organisations, Spain's parliament on Thursday outlawed 'comic' bullfighting events, including those involving people with dwarfism
World’s second-deepest blue hole found in Mexico: What is this undersea sinkhole and why is it so mysterious?
The second-deepest blue hole has been discovered off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. The underwater cavern is about 900 feet deep. Blue holes are believed to be formed during the latter ice ages around 11,000 years ago and might have answers to life on other planets
Police find tons of liquid meth stored in Tequila bottles at Mexican port
Dogs alerted investigators to cardboard boxes containing glass bottles filled with a brownish liquid compatible with the hue of "aejo," or old tequila, according to photos of the seizure. The bottles' labels were not discernible
Thousands of migrants head for Mexico city, demand legal route to US
Each year, migrants try to flee the violent and poverty-prone countries of Central America, in the hope to enter the US safely and legally. Thousands of migrants walk together, crossing several states to reach Mexico
Prosecutors in New Mexico plan to drop an involuntary manslaughter charge against Alec Baldwin
Baldwin was pointing a pistol at cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during a rehearsal when the gun when off, killing Hutchins and wounding director Joel Souza
Ukrainian President Zelenskyy requests Mexico’s help to organize summit with Latin America
The call comes in the wake of the controversy surrounding remarks made by Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who stated last week in China that Washington should cease 'encouraging' the conflict and that the EU and the US 'need to start talking about peace'
Ukraine's President Zelenskyy to address Mexico's Congress to gain support in ongoing conflict with Russia, say sources
Mexico has cast a vote on a number of significant UN resolutions with the United States and other Western nations
Mexican president slams US for spying, vows to restrict military information
His remarks came after the Washington Post, citing a US military briefing made public by internet leaks of classified US military information, reported on alleged tensions between Mexico's Navy and Army
Mexico president slams US 'spying' after information leak
Lopez Obrador reiterated that Mexico would not tolerate US anti-drug forces operating on its country when they subsequently met with US Ambassador Ken Salazar
Gunmen kill at least seven people at water park in central Mexico
Violence linked to drugs has increased significantly recently in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato